Preventing Scalding Injuries
The easiest way to prevent scalding injures to young children is to make sure they have adequate adult supervision. Children are naturally curious and have a tendency to explore their surroundings, so hot liquids (such as boiling water on the stove) should never be left within their reach. However, every severe burn injury attorney at our Florida firm understands that accidents happen. Whether an accident occurs when your child is left in the presence of another person, or at a location other than your own home, you may be entitled to pursue a lawsuit and collect compensation for medical bills and other expenses resulting from someone else’s negligence.
Were You Injured By Scalding Hot Liquid?
If you or someone you love has been injured because of the negligent actions of another party, you should not be responsible for the considerable expenses that may result from a severe burn injury. Contact the Orlando Burn Injury Attorneys at Michael T. Gibson, P.A. for a free initial review of your case, and find out if you are entitled to monetary compensation for your pain and suffering.